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The historian who wrote \”The South Grew, but did not develop\” prior to the Civil War meant
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the South had failed to move from an agrarian to an industrial economy
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Prior to 1860, the center of economic power in the South
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shifted from the upper South to the lower South
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Tobacco cultivation in the antebellum South
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was centered in the lower South
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During the first half of the nineteenth century, the \”Cotton Kingdom\”
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was the dominant source of income of the lower South
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Between 1840 and 1860, the American southern slave population
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dramatically shifted into the Southwest
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Most white southerners owned
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no slaves
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Prior to 1860, southern women differed from northern women in that they
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were expected to be more subordinate to men
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In the 1850s, the southern social theorist George Fitzhugh wrote that women
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had an obligation to obey; were like children; had the single right to be protected
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Southern whites who did not own slaves
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were largely dependent on the plantation economy.
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Perhaps the single strongest unifying factor of pre-Civil War southern whites was their
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perception of white racial superiority
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In 1850, outside of the United States, slavery in the Western hemisphere existed in
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Brazil
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In general, slaves had more privacy and a social realm of their own
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on large plantations
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One actual slave revolt in the nineteenth-century South was led by
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Nat Turner
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Ways in which slaves expressed elements of their African heritage included
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singing songs and playing musical instruments such as the banjo
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In the American slave family
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children were likely to be raised by a relative other than their parents
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In the American slave family pt2
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up to one-third were broken apart by the sale of family members

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